Located on a rooftop garden in Taikang Terrace, Botanik is a seasonal, mostly plant-based restaurant that serves a set menu for 688rmb. Led by chef Elijah Holland, they only use ingredients sourced from within China (they stock 150 different types of edible plants).... Read more
We love this friendly bar in Tianzifang. It's been there ages and expanded over the years from a little nook to four-floors, spilling out over an old Chinese house. It's reasonably priced, private and always stuffed with nice faces, mainly because of Amay, the... Read more
This tucked away Tianzifang grill is brought to you by the makers of the ever popular New York Style Pizza. On offer, USDA Prime beef in all its glorious permutations, namely heaping half-pound burgers and slabs of steak. Read more
The highest-rated "cai er" ear cleaning service on Dianping, Weiwei sort of reintroduced the artform to the average Shanghainese schmoe back in 2015, when a young lady named Zhuju opened a nationwide chain. This one is in Tianzifang, located on the second-floor of a... Read more
Mr Waffle started as an online delivery business back in 2013, and from there has migrated to a brick and mortar location in Tianzifang. They're also frequent fixtures around Shanghai's pop-up markets scene -- the Jiashan Saturday market in particular -- slinging... Read more
The Theatre in the Tianzifang is a cozy 75-seat theatre located inside Tianzifang. It's home to One World Theatre and also plays host to other theatre and music events. Read more
French-owned boutique with gorgeous goodies for the home, from porcelain and cashmere loungewear to beautiful books. They offer simple and elegant designs inspired by traditional Chinese art and international modern stylings. They've got their classic floral handmade... Read more
A -20 Celsius steel sheet freezes an ice cream mixture upon contact, onto which toppings are sprinkled and scraped into scrolls. They’ll add any flavor you like as long as you bring it with you, but being a bar, they suggest beer and wine (!), along with more... Read more
Small cocktail bar aiming for a sort of Old Shanghai thing, near gate no. 5 of Tianzifang. Drink menu is classics, served up by bartenders and waitress wear body-hugging one-piece Chinese dress. Read more
Ear cleaning service in Tianzifang, enter through gate 2 off Taikang Lu. Read more
Located near Tianzifang, the building was originally the "split-house" designed by Neri & Hu. Private, nice, they have a small but decent selection of tea. They have a focus on tea appreciation and regularly host caligraphy and taichi workshops. Read more
Bar, art gallery and coffee shop tucked into Tianzifang. The owner also holds tea ceremonies, available by booking. Read more
Studio/artshop/gallery belonging to local artist and expert on haipai culture, Li Shoubai. The first floor is dedicated to a shop selling everything; embroidery, prints, pillowcases, postcards, mugs, figurines, papercuts... you name it, Li Shoubai's probably made it,... Read more
Nancy’s Gallery is located on the first floor of Building 5 in Tianzifang, hosted by Nancy Lee, who has established a warm and supportive environment for art. Nancy’s Gallery has been focusing on contemporary fine art, such as Dolande Jean, Her Pierrick and Pierre... Read more
The tea house is located near Tianzifang. Their building was originally the "split-house" designed by Neri & Hu. Private, nice, they have a small but decent selection of tea. They have a focus on tea appreciation and regularly host caligraphy and taichi workshops. Read more
Part of the wider Kaiba chain, Kaiba Craft bills itself as an approachable craft-beer bar. It's a tiny spot with a bare-bones interior, downstairs from the third Kaiba. They don't serve food, only about half a dozen craft beers. Read more
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